I would take a step back from trading on the live account since it's losing money for you and come back to that. Spend more time online on forums like this one and try YouTube, Babypips, and other learning sites as well. Take an in-depth look at your current strategy and whether it's working. Practice any changes on demo account and then go back to trading live. It could also help to keep a trading journal to help stay on top of what is and isn't working. Good luck, I hope things improve!
I believe it's quite right that you have already started your acquaintance with trading activity, have read some books and made a search of some strategies and of course iit's okay to bconfused on your initial stages. All of us once have joined trading community and were as blind as you in it. You should understand that it's difficult enough activity which is required lots of attention in order to become successful in it. You have to determine which type of trading you prefer, choose analysis and only then you should start from learning the peculiarities of chose types of analysis. Then, you should start practice on demo.
There is no need to pay for a trading course or a mentor when there is so much free information available on the internet. You just have to type what you are looking for and several websites will come up with their information.
I'm always delighted when I see new traders who are passionate about trading activity. As for learning, then there are lots of resources in the internet, for example, babypips offers quite interesting and fascinating course for new traders. There are lots of lessons around there, which you can pass and get basic knowledge in trading activity. Moreover, you shouldn't forget about practicing, then I advice you to find a proper broker in order to open a demo account and start practicing there. Remember that it may take enough time for you to learn trading activity, thus never regret about time which you will dedicate to learning.
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